We bought a floating zoo.
This is the one we’ve been waiting for.
Our first ever musical tribute to a terrible film.
Peter Berg’s 2012 watery epic was always destined to receive poor reviews once the pop star Rihanna and model Brooklyn Decker were added to the cast. Yet there is actually…
This makes more sense.
Radical departure from the groundwork set by ‘Evan Almighty’.
Kevin James was previously booked.
And he totally hates ‘Robocop’.
Earth’s last two wolves had best watch their backs.
“Artistic temperament” is the excuse they’ll use while they bite your face and hurl epithets at you.
Edgy, gritty, and far more memorable that the original films on which they were based, these examples of westerns that are actually remakes feature powerful performances by Academy Award winning…
The Hall of MILFs inducts another member.
David Letterman is not alone.
There’s something about Crowe that screams corrupt mayor.
This would have been a very interesting episode of “16 and Pregnant.”
Joss Stone is the Frank Sinatra Jr. of our time…
Superman’s mom liked to drink, so it was anyone’s guess who the real father was.
Or does he just hate science?
Everyone uses movie lines in everyday life and "Gladiator" quotes are no exception. Some quotes are powerful, while others get your attention. Depending on the situation, some quotes get a…
Crowe is considering an offer to direct and star in ’77′, which would be his directorial debut. Unless you got something to say about it?
He wants Crowe to play the lead in his hyper-violent superhero movie, ‘The Boys’. Sounds like a stretch.
The 10 best Australian male actors are a brawny, brainy, and bawdy lot. From the enraged escapes of Russell Crowe to the unpredictable turns of Heath Ledger, these men are…
Do you want to know what the 10 cool action movies are? These action movies thrilled and amazed movie goers at the box office. In fact, these action movies are so good…
There hasn’t been a lot of news about Wu-Tang Clan Head-of-Voltron RZA’s upcoming kung-fu movie The Man with the Iron Fist once it was announced that it was actually getting made on location in China. But that’s about to change now.
Wu-Tang Clan’s The RZA is moving into film directing with an idea that would make The Shaw Brothers proud. The Man with the Iron Fist will star Russell Crowe in RZA’s ultimate concept for martial arts. There’s been a little speculation so far about RZA’s ultimate vision. During Fantastic Fest, after he presented master Yuen Wu-Ping with a lifetime achievement award, RZA told me his idea for Iron Fist fights.
More from RZA after the jump…
The proper balance is ever so delicate.
It seems like Russell Crowe doesn't care what movies he does at this point in his career, and he's taking Paul Haggis down with him. After helping Crowe hit his marks on The Next Three Days, the writer/director is in negotiations to script and possibly direct the big screen adaptation of The Equalizer that Crowe is doing for some reason.
I can understand an actor or a writer's desire to do lighter fair, and there's certainly nothing wrong with that. But look before you leap. Anthony Hopkins didn't, and he ended up playing a chimp. (THR)
Hold the phone! Longtime fan of hitting things, Russell Crowe has signed on to do BFF the RZA a solid by slumming it in the rapper's shoddily-directed kung fu flick, The Man With The Iron Fist. The only thing we know about Crowe's character is that he'll be playing "the baddest man alive." Shouldn't be a stretch. He's already regarded as one of the baddest musicians alive.
Crowe is more than likely doing this as a favor to his friend and oft co-star, so it's unlikely his labor will take that big of a bite out of the movie's $20 million budget. The craft service budget on the other hand… (E!)
Lionsgate has dropped the new trailer for Paul Haggis's The Next Three Days. Elizabeth Banks is married to Russell Crowe. She gets wrongly accused of murder. Crowe asks Liam Neeson how he can bust her out of jail. He then finds out how to put bullets in a gun because he must have never seen a movie or TV show before. The couple make a run for it. Overall lesson: Liam Neeson is a bad-ass.
The Next Three Days hits theaters November 19, 2010.
Check out the trailer after the jump…
Hopefully this chair was burned after the shoot. Russell Crowe is sorry and trying to atone for his violent, dangerous past by putting his skills to use helping those who need protection and/or the use of a phone. Not in real life though. Never in real life. Despite The A-Team's belly-flop onto hard concrete this past weekend, Crowe has been attached to a remake of the vengeance-for-hire series "The Equalizer." Crowe will play Robert McCall (originated by Edward Woodward), a former secret agent determined to help those in need via a newspaper ad. I imagine this will be modernized to a Craigslist ad. Because those in need certainly always have a $2,000 laptop and a costly Verizon FiOS connection. (LA Times)